Myelogenous leukemia cutis resembling stasis dermatitis JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY Chang, H. Y., Wong, K. M., Bosenberg, M., McKee, P. H., Haynes, H. A. 2003; 49 (1): 128-129

Abstract

Leukemia cutis may clinically mimic many inflammatory dermatoses. A patient with myelodysplastic syndrome presented with an acute eruption of bilateral, lower-extremity, tender, indurated, brown plaques that clinically resembled chronic stasis dermatitis. Histologic study revealed a dermal myeloblastic leukemic infiltrate.

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